U.S. farm net income is expected to be down 13 percent to $66 billion as global trade disputes linger. USDA Chief Economist Rob Johansson lower commodity prices are expected to be offset somewhat by higher production. “The big change is the increase in production expenditures, up about $12 billion.” Net cash income is expected to be down 12 percent.
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